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THE EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON,
(EXCEPT SUNDAY,)
A* tfu Stir Bmtdine, -orntr Peiutxylvani*
and K'*v**itk i trust,
By W. 1>. W.ILT.4CVI,
W '.I Iw wd ??? ?iib?orib*n? in th?* rfti?* of \Va*t|j
l<wton, W??r*wn/ M-xindria, Baltimore and
P i-Tadriphia,nt SIX AND \ QUARTER CENTS,
p waffle weekly In th* Ajf^nu. To mail subscribers
t^e <mh?*nptiofi price is THREE DOLLARS AND
FIFTY CENTS a year in ahunce, TWO DOL
L^tfl for 31X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR
fm THREE MONTHS. Ojy-Siwoi.t rones om
"Oxirr.
VOL. V.
WASHINGTON
/
!NO. 7f>6
teehble/atent improved eyelet ma
Firs' patent?combined on one nook
S~?,| patent?self feeding with eyelet
boOi ?iw^aU nt~PSlenl lmProv,;J fastener, riveting
*1^7 in wan,t ?f? !<*?d Eyelet Machine, ar*
P4TP*rrf2?^?r^n!to n ",e bul
hr^jj ^ f En? Whirh 18 the best
advaiujS, ift"5 Pahl,?' P0****1* narurrou^.
Iliiitnat.ilmMc and not liable to get t,ut of or
rter. It punche- the hole well, and to fit the Eyelet,
and in one operation clinches the Evelct on both
rff*. " ""w;. ?? the papers air., need not
rLt??L W !7,*'d ?Ver to rlu,oh th? Rylrt -1 se
compime a^ is the case with all other M .chines.
? Merchant in filinr amy papers,
miTer T, 'h;rney or Conveyancer, tfie Shoe
". ?r, l.?- ?*?.
r^dr^.ail !we Pr|?c',P*1 Stationer* and Fancy
Good-< Dealer* thmqjhout the United States.
Agents for Washington,
TAYLOR 4 MAURY,
may .1- U Bookstore, near 9th st
m A CARD. ^
*? the rntid to
in the price of Hats & Cap?
T ltw' jm.v,n? mmdc WW*'-?
A with a New \ ??rk Hat Company to be con
!!???*'w w,lh lhe very *"* *?*?kin or
ilRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, offers
them at the unprecedented low pnee of ?a aj
worth from four to five dollars; sec .n l quality W
worth Inn #450 to .$4 ; and a rery fa/hitS
able Hat at $2,50, worth from $.1 to 9'JJiO
Also Beebe A Co's Hau, at a much less advance
than they have b?*en here tot r? sold in thin cilv
First rate beaver Flats $3,5?.
All kind,, of s-ft H ATS and CAP8 very |ow.
In order to sell at the abwe low prices the cash
system must be adopted ; con-equently those who
pureua-* will not be charged from fifteen to twentv
rtve per cent, as an offset for bad debts. '
ANTllONV,
(for ar.ny year* in the employ of Todd
Ji Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th rt_
ap 13?tf 2d door north of Penn. avenue.
SOMETHING NEW U^DEE THE 8U2T
CHARLES WERNER,
Pennsylvania atmue, opp<*ife Browns' Hotel.
HAS fitted up the commodious hall over hi* Res
taurant as a first cla?s L.AGBR BEER S
LOON, hav-iiz pro-u.-ed a supply of every luxury
ar.d comforts found in fir-t class establish men is ol
tbe kind in the N.>o?ierii cities.
His RHINE WI\ESaad French White Wines
as well as bis Clarets, Seears. Lager Beer, German!
Italian, and Switzer CHEESES, and indeed < f ev
ery other appropriate luxury in such an Jstablii. le
nient, is unsurpassed in this country.
He solicits a call irorn his friends "and the nubiie
may 12?tf 1
dentistry]
Kb. DONALDSON, Dentist, latr of the f.rsi of
? Hunt & Donaldson, continues to
inanutacture and insert those beautiful "*^?-*3
porcelain teeth, with or without gums,
fot specimens of which (made ai;d de
posited by the late firm) was awarded the first
premium ?t the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently
held in this city
Th"' teeth are carved and shaded to suit each
particular cas?-, ai-d their resemblance to the natu
ral omns is so perfect as to deceive the rn^t ora"
tised eye. 4
Particular attention also paid to filling and prr
serving the natural teeth.
Chart s mod rate and all operation* warr.ir.ttid.
Office southwest corner Seventh and D s*s.~ en
tranc* on D. mar 21 -6m
LAW partnership.
Robert j. walker and louis janin
have formed ac? partnership under the firm
at "Walker & Jann,** for the maaafemem ?><( w
jwment of cases m the Supreme Court of the IJn:ted
states, and before the Court of Clairys at Wjslun*
ton City.
Addrew? Washington, D. C. may 10? eo3m
S. P. HOOVER S
IKOH HAIL BOOT. SEOF, AND TRUNK
ESTABLISMEL.T
JUST reoejved a large a-- .rtroent of Bf>ots, Shoes
and Trunks, perhaps the largest stock in this
city, from which tu unke sHcctiori.
Ladies Slippers, iS to 75 centa
Do Gaiters, 75 to *1
?ienw? French P Leather and Calf Pumps
do Walking Shoes
boys . Miss^-, and i'hiidren's Shoes in tvery va
nety and style,which I w;M ee!l at the lowest pnees.
S. P HOOVER,
Iron Hall Boot, Shoe and Trunk Estabm't,
Pa. av.-nu-. bctw. Shh and 10th aUeets.
may 19??<aiW6t
PLEASURE TRIPS
TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION.
m. ^ WP"** k. The Steamers GEO. WASH
or THOS COLLYEK
can be ctiart^red for public or select p.trti? n to visit
tbe White H >u.?- Pavilion, Mount Vernon, Fort
wasbmston, <*r other places on tne river.
The V\ lut?- H <a^ Pavilion in now opt& fo# vi.4
uw. It i? a piace for pleasure inps; u
has a fine Ball and Dining room , also, a new Ten
rin Alley.
For paniculars apply to the President of the
f>r the <'apt ii.is ol the Boats,
on i ^ COKE is furnuhmg refreslunonts
5 * boau, nnd is prepared to furnish parties on
d* t*?t terms. 8p?-2m
GREAT bargains
lsi l*i?!F2A.UENTf*'' AXI> CHIL
1 BOOTS AND SHOES.?Tue
Mttsuiher being compelled to remove from'
?Je stor- lie n>?w occun-s, <4fer- - pres l
cut well-assorted stock of BOOTS AXli ?.
SHOES at greatly reduced prices. All persons in
want of the article will find it to their advantaije to
call before purchasing elrewhere.
A. H. SLOAN,
No 304 Pa. av., near 10th st.,uortli e;d* .
may 1?tf
reese'S EAGLE plumbing and
T GAS-FITTING UEPOT.
HE subscriber re-pecttully announces to his
trieiidsand Uie public in general that he luisre
ceived the ti'-t lot of the celsbrated DODGE'S
JJJ>UBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE
which leceiV-d the SILVER MEDAL at
Uie Uie Fair of the Metropolitan M< chanics' lnstl
"ind is now prepared to furnish all who may
fa?or turn with a call.
His alack of OAK FIXTIUKS tre unrir
'^ed in the Di-tnct.
With his corps of competent workmen he prides
?umself to fin my orders in the PLUMBINO AND
t?A.- FITTING I me with promptns?s and despatch
adrAii work done warranted to give complete
^faction JOHN RFESK,
B>a> j?tf cor. Sixth st. and Pa av nue.
NEW AND OLD PIANOS.
have now in store the largest a*s>>rtm> st nt
" Pl AN1 >S ? ver otTen-. in this city, from Hal
T*. I?avi., & Co., Bacon & Raven, and Knabe,
;Je K Co. s t e|# brated manufactories. Th^ss
we guarantee, and sell upon veiy easy ter ns
Alfco, a new Pi no used only a few months, which
offer at the low price of cash ; a second
^<1 Piano, by Andie htien, for ||75.
A very fine second hand Chickenng Piano f?,i
' ** rent at a bargain.
Old Piaj.oe taken in exchapgs for new.
A.wsyson hand, Stools, Covers, Violins, Guitars,
?nm, acrordeoas, Mumc. kc kc.
JfHIN P. ELLIS,
300 Penniylvania avenue,
bf^9^j|U|^y^gt^
A CARD-LOOK HERE!
A ' y** of Ui?* fiiad th:nf? of thin lift', and
j V,w,'Tw whfe you may obtain at least
Z rL!:Ln"m\ rh4,,k ul 'or past favors, I would
?pe? t uliy a-k a coMmaasee of the same dur ns
i i"j?ijr,n*iia Summer. | HUI pr,.parrj lo rurni?li
w Who will g,ve mc a cail w,u. u.e ,Weet an.l c<s?l
r r, er^ii" "jy ,n* al rb"f -ot.ee. Such a
Keni m ' VU''r I?"' '.1 411 ^ors, Scbarlour
r.re^' of all kinds. Al o,
S?Tk ? * Fr\"t" Vul c,|onery g.
erany kept in well regulated esttbh-hments '.f the
"leBUo" w'" ^ *? fun.i>hii.c
weddnif or Bride's Cakes. A?s<?, Parties. Ball-"
?ocummm, Pie Nica, *c., ate., and upon reason'
?Me tsrins.
J 411 41 the old Maud, MaM.icli?seus avenue, be
w?en 9|j, 1 miii streets, Northern Liberties.
*. B.? Beet quality fCK CREAM Mid at ?1 50
I"' (allou.
..^ay7-?"iam John w higiitstine
ME IF V?HJ DAKE!?A new Waltz, very
,, "i,l?'?le lur befiiwer*, composed and dedu :Ued
l- 'M-T"! ' tdwii, by Pr??f. W. Hunter.
??Urt.ird sn.i ior Htie >?t
?am. t \ HiTZ'S Mtutc Denot,
' omer Pa. av. and Illh ft.
?1
TO ALL TUAT VALUE TU KIR SIGIIT.
VISHES to call the attention to all that suffer
tV with defective night, caused by age, sicklier*
and particularly f otn ghsses injudiciously selected,
tr> his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES rare
fully ground by himself to a true -pherigal accuracy,
and brilliant transparency, sui'ed precisely and ben
eliciilly to the wearer according to the concavity or
convexity of th" rye. Very numerous are the ill ef
fect? caused to the precious orgun of sight from the
c >mmeneemen? of using glasses in not being pi*
cisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; and the
practice of many years, enables him to measure the
local distance of the eye?, and such glasses that are
absolutely required will be ftunished with precision
and satisfaction
J. T acknowledges the very liberal encourage
nient already obtained, ?nd further solicits the pa
tronage of those that have n'tyet mailed themselves
of his aid.
Persons that cannot conveniently call, by sending
the glasses in use, and statins how many inches
thev can read this print with their spectacles, can
be supplied with such that will improve their sight.
Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer
ences given to many who have derived the greatest
ease and comfort from his elapses.
Circulars to be had gratis, at his office, No 513
Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall,
up stairs.
NoaroLK, September 7, 1854.
Sir?The Sppctacles you made for me suit very
well, and seem to have improved my sight more
than any other I have lately tried
Lrrr. W. Tazrwrll.
I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from
Mr Tobias, *nd find them of great arsistance to my
sight, ami corresponding with his description of the
focus. I recommend linn as a skillful optician
Hekrt A. Wisb>
Mr. J. Tobias:
Sir?The pair of Spectacles you furnished me
yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me They
are very decidedly the best I posses?, and I am the
oTcner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in
different places and tr?MU opticians recommended to
me on account of their professional standing in Eng
land, France, and the United States I have been
also plea-ed with your remarks and directions on
the treatment of the eyes, for the purpose of pre
serving and improving the sight.
Respectfully yours,
('has Calhwill,
Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky.
Lynchbcrs, Nov. 10. 1854.
Mr John Tobias having turm?hed me wnh Mas
se?, by which I have been greatly aided, (my vision
having suffered greatly from reading at night in my
earlier life) it affords me the highest pleasure to say
that 1 consider him a skillful practical optician, and
well prepared to am those who n.ay need his profes
sional services. Wm B. Rouxie,
Elder of Methodist Conference.
WiLMiHoToa, -VC,Jas. 27, lfci?4.
Mr. J. Tobias :
Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles
which I obtained from you last week are entirely
satisfactory. From an inequality in the visual ran?*!
of my eyes, 1 have heretofore found great difficulty
in getting glasses of the pr iper focal distances It
affords me pleasure tn state, that by th<- aid of your
ept-uiieter this difficulty has been happily obviated,
so that the Glawes you furnished me are decidedly
the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever jet
used. Very rc-peetfu!ly yours,
K. B. Drank,
Rector of St. James' Parish.
Department of Interior, May 7, leoo. }
Fron? natural defect-- and the unequal range of my
eyes, I b*ve been compelled to use gla-se- lor sev?
rul years. I have tried different optician1 without
? >1#'. ? liilfiX mto?! J j win
ni' uths since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially
fur me, wnich I have found to serve me perfectly.
By the use of his optometer he is enabled to a;iapt
Gixi-e* minutely to the eye I moit cheerfully rec
ommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use
7lasges, and bear my testimony as to his skill as an
optician. Hbsry B Baldwin.
A?-istant Sect'y to sign Lard Warrant*,
may 16?if
FOB THE CURB OF ,
Asthma and Consumption.
NEW AND VERY WOND HKFUL!
HYGEANA
Brought heme to the door of the Million. |
A WONDERFUL discovt ry has recently been
made hy Dr. Curtis '?! this city, in the treat
ment of Consumption, Asthma, and M jww of]
the Lti':^'- We refer t* DK CI.*RTISrS IIYGE
AN \ CM INHALING ?YGEAN VAPOR ANL'
CHERRY 8TEUP." Wnh this n-w met'io.1, It
C. has restored many afflicted ones to he Alt.'i, as an
evidence of winch he has innumerable certificates
Speaking of th*.* treatment, a physician rennrks, "It
is evident that 1 hiling ?constantly breathing an
agreeable, healing vapor?the mdicinal properties
must come ia direct contact with the whole a:rial
cavitie of the lung*, and thus escape the many and
varied changes produced upon them when intro
duced into the ft'imach, and subject to the procerv
of digestion " The Hygena is ioi tale at all the
Drugget's throughout the country.?A'. Fori Dutch
man of Jan. 14.
The Inha'er Is worn on the breast under the linen
without the least inconvenience?the heat of the
b>>dy being sufficient to evaporate the fluid- Hun
dreds of c.is? s of cures, like the fallowing, might be
named
One packag- of th-j llygara has cured me oi" the
Asthma of six years* standing.
J F K?k?bfrrt,
P. M. of Duncannon, Pa
1 am cured of ih e Asthma of ten years' standing
by Dr. Cuttis's Hygeana.
Marsarbt Easton,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Paul, of No. & Hammond street, N Y, wa~
cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Hy
geana.
My sister has been cured of a distressing cough of
several years' standtcg, and decided to be incura
ble by the phyMciaub. she was cured ia one month
by the Hygeana. J. U.Gacberi,
P. M Richmond, Me.
The Rev. Dr. Chektih, of New York, testifies ot
our medicine in the following language :
Nkw York, Nov. 15, 1854
Dear Sir?I think highly of Dr. Curti?'9 Hygeana
as a remedy in di-eases of the throat and Lungs ?
Having had soitie opportunity to testify its efficacy,
I am convinced that it is a most excellent medi
cine, both the Syrup and the inhaling application to
the chest.
Prof. 8.1 'bntbr writes us as follows:
Gentlemen?1 have recently had occasion to test
your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, in a case of
chronic sore throat, that had refused to yield to oth
er forms of treatment, and the result has satisfied
me that, whatever may be the composition of your
preparation, it is no imposition, but an excellent
remedy. I wish, for the sake of the afflicted, mat it
m.ghl be brought within the reach of all.
Dr Joints, one of the most celebrated Physicians
in New York writes as follows:
Dr. CrRTis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the ex
cellent effects or your Hygeana ir inhaling Hygean
\ Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic B/cn
rhius, and being much in favor of counter irritation
in affections of tlie throat, Bronchial tubes and lungs
I cau therefore cheerfully recommend your Medi
cated Apparatus as being the most convenient and
effectual mode of applying anything of the kind I
have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of per* on s
may be relieved, and many cured, by using your
medicines.
1 must here lie allowed to confess that I am op
post d to prescribing or using ?ecrtt compound*, but
this little neatly contrived article, and its ? fleets in
the ca?e above a'iudcd to, have induccd mc to speak
in its favor.
You are at liberty to use this in any way you may
think proper. Respectfully, yours, kc.
C. '? ouns, M D.,
No. G09 Houston street, N. Y.
Price three dollars a package
Sold by CI'RTIS A PERKINS and BOYD k
PAUL, No 14'.* Chambers street, N. Y
Four packages rent free to any part of the United
Slates for ten dollars.
X. B ?Dr. Carta*'* Hygeana is the ORIGINAL
and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all other* are
base imitations, or vile and injurious counterfeits.
Slum ihem as you would POISON.
For ciale in Washington by CHARLES STO IT,
Pa. avenue near 7th street; and J. B MOORE, hi
the First Ward. may 42-6ai
PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'S BTblEL PENS in
variety, b ,ught in pers<*u from the uianulactur
J ers by the undersigned, in this way securing genu
I li.uiiess, as welf u tf^e best quality and finish, ol
each brand. FRANCE TAYfcOR.
may 06
Auction ftalea
T?T VALS>Biyitff.
a hington, approve! by the Circuit <'ou:t of said
District. sitting in chancery, parsed in the liiatKro*
i..c petition of William W hitriurr?, et a> . chilcVen
andbeirf-u-iawof William W IVhifmore.l"5?r
3llf iUS?'1 Wi"' 0,1 tHURSDAY,Uk
I t day of May,.l(R5, at 6?^ o'clock p. in., In ftont
ol the prenusc.% proceed tos. ll I.uts of ground mm
bered seventeen (17) and eighteen (lft in Square
numbered five hundred ami three (50?) annate in
the city oi Washingl n, and District aforesaid.
,'?e above described property is situated on the
north went corner of 6th street west and N street
contai"s ,n ,hp "^regale about foune n
thousand square feet of gr und.
MTen,,g ?f ?le: One-third cash,and the residue in
two equal payments at six and twelve months, with
intiwcsifromday of sale. The deferred payment:
nhIl?:CUr?<V7 lh? not^ cf ^ purchaser or Pur
chasers. satisfactorily endorsed.
r'h.^ f"'' payment ot the purchase money
and interest and the ratification of the sale by the
lhe '"'stee will convey said lots of ground
0 the purchaser or purchasers thereof, at his ?r
their cost and expense. '
If the terms of sale are not complied with witiin
five days from the day of sale, the trustee reserves
reTn Mid '<*?". ?r -ither of them, upm
reasonable notice, at the risk and cost of the Lt
purchaser. RICHARD II. L ASK BY,
Trustee.
GREEN & SCOTT,
may 15?eo2wkds Auctioneers.
I iftl M *?*?? sold, tlie eaie .f
Lot No. 18 IS postponed until THURSDAY, the 7ft
of June, same hour, when it will be subdivided and
sold separate, one part of which having on a good
r"e H<MJ8T'the otlj^ P"t is the corner
lot, having a front ot 2o feet, and 102 ;eet deep.
1 erms as ab -ve.
RICHARD H. LASKEV, Trustee.
jeI-eo&d,
WVALUA bl ?' n?,Tding"lotsa? a
1 tion On THURSDAY, the 7th June nexiat
Bo cb>ck p. in , we Sl,ail sell on the premises Lot
No 2, in Square No. 515, fronting .*9 feet on K ?t.
between 4th and 5th, running back 96 feet to a 30 ft.
Jii Icy.
Also, north half of Lot No. 26. in Square No 516.
fronting 27'^ feet on Fauitii street, running back 100
feet, between I and K streets.
The above described propertv is about two and a
hair squares from the Northern Liberties' Market
Hou?e.
Terms: One quarter cash ; balance in 6, 1*2, and
Ic mouth.-, for notes branny interest
Deed given and a deed of trust taken to secure de
ferred payments. Title perfect.
r-v GREEN & SCOTT,
may .<0 eoStda Auctioneers.
i r iv! f(!uD *COTT? Auctioneers
ITANDSOME COTTAGE BUILDING LOTS at
NCtf?n,~?1!.^THURSDAY, the 31st instant,
ne shall sell on th- prem ses, a: 6 o'clock p. in.,
several handsome budding lots, having an entire
front on Massachusetts avenue of 72 feet 11 inches
aiid a front on 3d stp-et east of 155 feet, forming the
corner of Massachusetts ivenue and 3d street cast
on an elevated and ti. alihy posiii.mon Capitol Hill,'
tie ir the Capitol, and a pump oi'txcellent waier <.t
the corner.
Also, two lots on F. street north, in same square
it being square No. 755. Tne low will be told in
sizes t<. suit purchasers
Title perfect.
'I erms: One-fourth cash; balance in 6, 12, and 18
months, for note* hearing interest from the day of
liii1 bait*. J i
A deed given an >1 a deed of trust taken.
, GREEN it SCOTT,
,nay Auctioneer.
. .fe,T.IV* .? boTe Bale '? ponpaned tin
GREEN 3t SCOTT,
je 2?d Auctioneers.
rij JilU K't M, SCOfT. Auetfon??r?,
I ARGE AND COMMODIOUS BRICK HOUSE
j and Lot on ?\i tol Hill at Auction ?On Flil
cay, the 1st day of June, we shall sell, at 6 o'clock
p hi., on the premises, the large and well-built;
three-story brick (iouse, l.ttely occupied by tne
Hon ludge ('ranch, eituat'd on Delaware avenu ,!
next to the corner of Berth 15 street, i.ear the north j
' ipiro' gnie. Tli?- house coni i'TH thirteen conve t
i.iei.tly ana* ged rooms, and wi e passage through I
t'-'e house, and bu:it with thick walls, and a cellar ,
nndi r the whole buildin?, ;.nu the lot beir.g half of'
IjOt Mo. 6, in square C* having a front ot
thirty feet six inches, ruiiniii/ 1*^1 teet scviu iriche.
t'? a thirty tect alley The above-described prop
erty is certainly one of the handsomest locations
and most beautiful -lies in Washington, presenting
llie most commanding view, 'i'lier-; is rIso a pump
ol excellent wa'er near iii< door.
Terms: One-fourth casii; balance in one. two,
thr< e, and tour years, the purchaser to jjive n?>tes
for the deferred payments, bearing interest from i!av
of sale.
A deed yiven an.i a deed of trust taken.
Title ind'sputable.
Ail conveyance at the cost of the purchaser.
GREEN at SCOTT,
may A <! Auctioneers.
W* The sbnv?talt ?? poxpnntit in
consequence of the ram, until FRIDAY, ihe 80i
instant, at 5 o'clock p. in
GREEN & FCOTT,
je 2 d Auctioneer.
Hy J. C. illtUUilli^. Auetloii*?r.
~VTALUABLE RE\L ESTATE AT PUBLIC
T Sale.?Tt:e sub?ciib^r will sell at public ?ale,
on MONDAY, th. IS: i li .y of June. 1855, al5 o'clk
P i.i., on the premises, lot No 82, in square y?7,
fronting 26 feet <<n lOtit stieet west, between N and
0 streets north, and improvements, which consist
of two small frame bouses.
Terms of sale ; One third ca^li, ar.d balance in 6.
12 and 18 uioniii dou-z*. beaiinj interest from <iay of
sale, secured by a deed of trust upon the property
If the terms are not complied with iu three days
after the ?ale, the f roperty will be resold at the risk
and expense of the purchaser
All conveyancing at the expense of purchaser
CHAS S. WALLACH, Attorney.
JAMES C. McGUIRE,
_may31?eotds Auctioneer.
t"' ^ MeOUIKE, Auctioneer.
pRLSTEE'S SALL OF VALUABLE BUILD
L iug L- t near Railroad Depot By voiue of a
deefc ot trust bearing date on the 4th day of April,
18.-4. and recorded in Liber J. A S., No. 38, folios
l8l, fcc., the subscriber v\ail sell, at public sale, on
FRIDAY, the 15th day of June, 1855, tt 51f o'clock
p- m., on the premises, all Uiat piece or parcel of
ground lying and being situate in the city of Wash
ington, and b iug part of squ tre No. 630, beginning
at a point on New Jersey avenue 270 feet from the
northwest corner ot said square, and running thence
eastwardly at right angles to New Jersey avenue
124 feet 1 % niches, thence due south 23 feet, more
or less, to a parallel line 22 feet from the first de
scribed line of this piece of ground, and running par
allel with said line we-awardly to New Jersey ave
nue 118 feet lUinches, thence northwardlv on New
Jersey avenue 22 feet to the point of beginning.
rl he above property is eligibly situated near the
Railroad Depotaad adjoining Foy's Hotel, rapidly
enhancing in value, and offers a most favorable op
portunity for investment
Terms of sale: Half cash, ami balance in 6,12,
and 18 mouths, for notes bearing interest from the
day of sale, secured by a deed in trust upon the
property.
If the terms of sale are not complied with in six
days niter the sale, the property will be resold at the
risk and expense of the purchaser.
CHAS S. WALLACH, Trustee.
JAS. C. McGUIRE,
may 15?eo&ds Auctioneer.
By C. HcGl'IRK, Auctioneer*
J^IR T CLASS RESIDENCE NBAR TRINITY
1 Church, at Public Sale.?On MONDAY alter
n >oii, June 11th, at 6 o'clock, on the premises, I
shall sell that new and desirable dwelling bouse,
with the lot attached, numbered 445, situated on the
south side of north C street, between First and Sec
jiiiiI streets west
The house isol bri: k, lour st ?ri. s high, with good
dry cellar beneath ; size of building 24 by 40, and
contains large saloon parlor 16 by handsomely
InoWied, witli walnut tiimmincs, flic., cix large anil
any chambers, dining room and kitchen.
This house i> built of choice materials, and in the
most substantial manner, wit!.* all the modern un
proveuienls, cooking rang', Aim ace, pare water
throughout the house from a well in the cellar, hot,
cold, and shower bath fixtures, bells in all the
rooms, flic Each of the three first stories have
large and handsome porches at the bacJ?. To per
sons desiring a fine residence this sale otl'eis a fine
opportunity to secure one.
Terras: One-fourth cash; the residue in C, 12, 18
and 24 months, with interest, secured by a deed of
trust on the premises
JAS. C. McGUIRE,
I'^-d Auctioneer.
1 ^REMCH VISITING CARDS, extra th.n, and
Ol the finest finish, jtisl imported from 1'ans di
raet, by FRANCK TAYLOR,
may 15
Fxcursions Sec
GRAND PIC NIC
Of THI
IES'
The northern liberties' fire com
pany respectfully make Known to their friends
and the public generally t!iat they will give their
first IMC NIC. on THURSDAY, June 7th, 1855, to
ite whitb House
The Company will spare no paints or expense to
insure satisfaction
The Refeshmmts will be Ferved by au expe
renced ''a.erer, Mr A Columbus
Visiting Companies will appear in uniform
The boat will leave Georgetown at 1 o'clock;
VTa^hingt'n at 2; Maiden's wharf (Navy Yard) at
2$ ; and Alexandria at 3 p. m
tjf Omnibuses will leave the Northern marV't in
Xm? to connect with the b >at?returning on the ar
rival of the boat from the White House. Fare, 12^
cents?ach way.
Ticket* ONS DOLLAR?admitting a g ntleman
and lailies?to be hai of any of the Committee of
Arrangements
Committee*
E C Evans, H Kni;ht, S Culverwel!,
S P Robert-nn, I! Keenan, R Warren,
J T Halleck, C Matlock, A Columbus,
J H Goddard,jr T Dawson, J Siatford,
Mid Birkhead, L Newroyer, J King
S Taylor, may 12?eotd
GRAND MOONLIGHT FXCURSIcN
AND PIC NIC
Of THE
NATIONAL GUARD,
AT THE
WHITE HOUSE PA VILION.
Ob ? O W I> A Y, Jun? Uth. 1855.
?^The Compacy take great pleat
?n^'iilTfri/ tt "IT in announcing to their nu
merous friends and tli^ public that they have char
tered the Steamer George Washington, and will give
a Grand Excursion ami Pic on MONDAY, the llth
June, 1855.
Te Company pledge themselws that no pains or
expense thsll he spared on their part to give satis
faction to those who may honor them with thttr
company.
The very best brass and coti lor. music lias been
engaged for the occasion.
Refreshments an 1 Supper will be 'urhisht J by an
experienced Caterer
Omnibuses will be at the Wharf on the arrival of
the boat to convey passengers to the Navy Yard ;
fire 25 cents. Other parts of the city 12% cent.?.
Tickets ONE DOLLAR, admitting a _ntler..an
ard ladies ; to be h?d of any of the Company, and
at the Wharf on the day of the excursion
The Boot will leav?? Georgetown at 1 ; Washing
ingtou at 2; Navy VardatS^', and Alexandria at
3 o'clock.
Committee of Arrangement $
Lt Pumphr. y, Sgt Johnson,
Fgt Dr< ;v, John Tucker,
James J. Anderson je 1?'tex
WEST END SODA FOUNT.
I'^HE undersigned is now prepared to suvply the
public with the be-t arid pnrest Soda Wnter,
with tne most dele ious Sirups (too numerous to
mention) ever offered in thU ciry. His Mead can't
be excelled
{??- Persons wh ? prefer Swan's Soda Water can
be accommodal* d with the "Foaming Powder," of
al! flavors, at .Ml cents per pound, which is equally
a* good, and 100 per cent. cheaper than the Soda
Water. J. B MOORE, Druggist,
Pa. av?Rue, opposite Seven Buihiing-i.
Je- 2?bt
STEWART'S
P KYrMfti!.T. HAGUERREAN GALLERY ?We
than any other tial'ery iii tlie'eiYy". ' 1 N&f Tfrff'jW
feeilv life-like, and satisfaction i- alway given.
n.,|i?-ry (iir'-ctJy over M. W. Gait's Jew irv Store
Pa. av?-i.ue je 1?lm
ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER."
( 1REAMS of all flavois -ueh ;s Van I la Choco
YV late, Leaion, Strawberry, Pine Apple and, Ur
ange. Also, German Creams, Water Ice?, B!ance
Mang**, Chariotts, Jellies, &c Th? Sod? is oi ihe
best in the city, on th old prineipie of manufacture
with i ur* Fruit Syrups without the usual dni^ mix
tures.
<AKES and CONFECTIONERY of a'l kin.Is cnt
to any part of the city.
Creams ?2 pi-r gallon?62,5* rcr.i ? p<-r ?jt
N B.? Ladies Saloon up stairs
Parties supplied. J G. WEAVER,
Pa av., No. 847 opp. Browns' Hotel,
may 21 ?2w*
MOUNT V E RNON HOTEL,
Cape M?y, flew Jaracy.
TI1C k!k>v? House has been completely finished
ami furni-hed, nJ will comfortably accommo
date 1,51,0 fciosts. The house is situated within the
city, stam'.mg by itself on probably the best beach
fii batln: ?; in the world Th:; house is upward of
800 t? et in length, the dminsf ri.rm is -{50 feet. Al
together, the MOUNT VERNON HOTEL affords
the coobst and most delightful retreat in the ??<;ild
Families of six persons and upwards ran l>e ac
commodaled with private tables, having their meals
furni ;ed at any hour agreeable to tin m. An ordi
nary will also be set at regular hours for th' se wi,
ere not us j rirties, and who may prefer a Tu
d'Hote.
A large n'tniber?.f private Dinins Rooms Imve thl
season been added, for parties desiiii.g to be strictly
private.
An Arterian Well has been bon d nearly 100 feet
in d> pth, and :urnisbe? pure soft water throughout
thr bouse.
Large ami comtnfldiou? stabling have been a.ld< d.
I'he hotel has every modern improvement, in
deed, every thing has hem ordered to give comfort
and pleasure to tii^g'ies'ts.
A full liand ofjtajic vvul be in attendane during
the whole se&MtfHB g|
Inciters addreseC^o tne proprietors, directed to
Cape Island, Cape*Maj^N. J., will be promptly
answered.
SAMUEL B. WOOLMAN & CO.,
may 25?2vv* Proprietors.
STEAMBOATS CONNECTING
With each train of Cars arriv
lie gin Washington or Alexan
dria.? I tie Sr?aniers THOMAS COLL YEltsr
GEORGE WASHINGTON w.li make the above
connections, leaving Washington at 6 a. m for ti>
Orange and Alexandria cars, and connect with' ,i
same train on their airival.
Meals furnished on the boats.
The Boats connect with all the trains from Hal
timore. SAM'L GEDNEY, Capt.
may 17?d
E^ANS. F'ERFI'MERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
fcc., See.?We liav^ now in store a large vari
ety of fine and common Fans, Harrison's and Lu
bin's celebrated Perfumery, Brushes, Combs, 1'ooth
Powders, playing and visiting Cards, fine Portinon
naies, Cigar Cases, Card Cases, Basktts, Canes,
Su-, &.c., all of which we are selling out at low
prices to suit the times at the Piano. Music, Sta
uonery, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods Store of
JOHN F. ELLIS,
30? Pa. avenue, bet. Uth and 10th ste.
may 23?tf
WA'J'IOH. COOLKKM something new, an
excellent arUcle. DOUBLE ICE PITCH
ERS, different styles and sizes; Brittannia Pitchers,
open and covered ; all kinds of Brittannia and Block
Tin Ware. For sale low, at the Housekeeper's
Furnishing Store, 490 Seventh M.
may 30 G FRANCIS.
COPARTNERSHIP?"
fli have this day formed a copartnership under
fV toe fir in of Ne&l fii Havenmkr, for the sale
of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, he., at wholesale and
retail, at No. 5654 Seventh s ., opp. Centre Market.
J. T. NEAL,
mav 25-^eolm C W HAV ENNER.
All ST?A*ot.its
visiting the City should see Hunter's Catalogui?
of the Curiosities of the Patent Oflice. Also, his
Descrip ion of Powell's Great Picture.
HUNTER is i? i?e seen at 450 Ninth street.
mav 31 -3in*
*
ICE-ICE?ICE!
IIAitLKS WkRNKK, on Pa. avenue,
opposite Browns' Hotel, will keep throughout
the season an ample supply of Pcttibone's best ICE,
v?hich he wiM sen, on call, in any quantities, at the
lewest possible rates. may 09 _,?tf!.-p30
('IIK <TN 1>tCli^ION KD are now woiking
5 the Stone (Quarry formerly occupied by Major
Wm B. Sc>tt, and are prepared to fu nish STONE
at thi' usual market rates.
HUMPHREYS h. WILLIAMS.
Georgetown, May 15? lm*
lUADHIN'JTON COttPOllATION 6
f V per cent. Stock for sale by
may 29?^2w RIGGS & CO.
C
kvj>n{N(tStar. ;
ALLtGED C>WSP B%CY TO O^T A HUS- >
B\:< D ,
It l.as always been considered the duty
of the sterner sex to woo, win and pop
the question to the 44 fairest portion of 1
creation/ except when leip year gives I
an implied license to women to win lor
themselves a husband and a home. We I
like the wooing to be done by the mas-1!
culine gender, and we must admit that
our sense of propriety was somewhat
shocks on Saturday at the hearing of ? 1,
case before Aid. Ilibbard, in which itl
was ciearly proven that a beautiful young J
female, not only 44 popped the question. 1
but attempted to supplant a wife in the I
affections of her husband
The facts of the case are as follows: I
It is alleged that a young man, daguer
reotypist, recently travelled through I
Pennsylvania with his mother and two I
sisters, the eldest sister about twenty I
years of age, and quite beautiful, and the I
youn..est about nine years. Their way I
led to a public house in a small village I,
in Jefferson couaty, Pennsylvania, kepi I
by a very worthy gentleman, the hus-1
baud of a fine looking wom%n, and theL
father of an interesting little daughter. I
A few days after their arrival, the wit^ I
of the travellers were set to work, it is I
alleged, to appropriate the snug quarters 11
to themselves, and during several dajTs"
absence of the landlord from his home. I
the mother of the daguerreotvpist, it is I
alleged, by some means or other, induced I
the wife of the landlord to elope withl
her son. The guilty party, having withl
them the child of the faithless wite, hied I
to New York, and subsequently cime on I
to this city. I
The landlord, on his return home, was I
greatly alarmed and uneasy at the ab-1
seuce of his wife, the alleged conspirators I
having told him that she had merely I'
taken a ride with the young man. In 11
the meantime every effort was made by I
the mother and daughter to induce thel
forsaken husband to forget his wife, and I'
cling to the 44 girl left behind her;" but 1
he refused their entreaties, though, at I
the same time, he acknowledged that hi I'
[only wanted his child, and that thi I
mother should never bt; clasped to his I
bosom again. The mother and daughter I
| finding their schemes unprosperous, made I
tracks for this city, and on their arrival. I
| sought out the runaways, and stoppe.i I
; at the same hotel with them. The dis-1
consulate husband also came on, and af I
ter a diligent search, discovered their I
whereabouts.
| The wife,; caring of the arrival of tiei I
another hotel, and thus saved herself!
from arrest at the time the others were I
J taken in charge. She was, however, dis-1
i covticd on > aturuay, and taken to thel
I alderman's office, and she was about tol
be committed to prison, when thp hus I
I band requested the officer to take her to I
the hotel, and sue tha she was kept in I
close confinement. This was done, anal
the husband slept in an adjoining room I
with the officer, who used his best en-1
deavors to obtain the wife's forgiveness. I
He at last relented, ard the same day he I
returned to his home with her who haul
caused him such anguish and disquietude I
The other parties were held to bail for I
their appearance whenever wanted, thel
landlord of the house at which they art I
now residing giving security for them.l
notwithsuueiiug iheir indebtedness to I
him if quite a laige amount. The whole I
case according to the allegation*, exhib-|
its one of the coolest efforts to obtain a I
gcod home that we have ever seen on 1
?j^conl : and also shows that this travel-1
family are as devoid of feeling as I
KW are of principle.?Phila. Ledger.
AMPUTA1IKG A LEG. !
"We don't know when we have been I
more shocked than in perusing the fol-1
lowing. It occurred in St. Lawrencel
county, in this State, and is given on I
the authority 44 of a gentleman of un-|
doubted veracity
44 A young man addicted to intemper-1
ate habits, during one of his periodical I
4 sprees,' took a sudden notion to pay a I
visit to his 4 sweetheart.' On the even-1
ing allude! to, the young lady and a|
female associate were the only occupants I
of the house where she resided. i
44 About ten o'cle>ck in the evening the
j*oung man arrived at the house, consid
ei ably worse from the use of 4 bever-1
ages.' His strange manner in approach
ing the door excited the suspicion of tha
young ladies, who supposed the houte
was attacked by robbers. He knocked I
at the door, and demanded admission ; I
bat his voice not being recognized, from I
the thickness of his tongue, the ladies I
refused to comply with his demand.
44 Determined to force an entrance, he
commenced a series of assaults upon the
barred and bolted door by kicking and
pounding. After a number of desperate
kicks the panel of the door gave way,
and the leg of the besieger went through
the aperture, and was immediately seized
by one of the ladies and firmly held,
while the other, armed with a saw, com
menced the work of amputation !
44 The grasp was firmly maintained,
and the saw vigorously plied, until the
leg was completely severed from the
body !
44 With the loss of his leg the intoxi
cated wretch fell upon his back, and in
that condition lay the remainder of the
night.
44 In the mean time the ladies were
frightened almost to death. With the
dawn of morning the revelation was
made that one of the ladies had partici
pated in the amputation of the leg of her
lover!
44 The wretched man was still alive.
His friends were immediately sent for,
; and he was conveyed to his home, where,
with proper treatment, he gradually and
miraculously recovered, and is now alive
and well.
44 We hardly credited," says the editor
of th? journal from which we quote,
THE WEEKLY STAR
I ? ?"**?* vwMr of
s?b k* fond In any oftor?to puUidMd am
S???e copy, par tan am
to curs a.
nre copies. w **
Trn do.
Twenty do
^ ??"? ? TIW,,, VJU
^ A,*? **^AJU41LT n AltAiH.
07- SinfK" copies (to wrapper,) can be proeved
ti the counter, mnediiMy afw xhe mmt, ^
paper. Price?Taut ci
PojT*Arr?a* who act a* Kfr?u will be
s cr.mm?asion of twrntj prr cent.
14 the latter part of the story, and con!
tended that the man must hare blH to
death on the spot, insisting, indeed, that
it could not be otherwise. Bat we were
mistaken.
'! The leg ires a ttooden one."?Har~
per 5 Magazine.
A .Vork on Necrssity and Charitt
Boston is decidedly in a state of progress.
An artist in hair, commonly called a bai*
ber was yesterday br ught up before the
Boston Police Court, charged first, with
iomg work on Sunday, shaving other
pe-sons than himself; and second, with
keeping open a work-house for that pur
pose?the same not beinc. in the lan
uf me charge. " a work of neces
si - \ or chanty. The judges were all of
.he same opinion. The decision was
first, that shaving on Sunday was a work
both of necessity and charity. "If
shaving, by a barber, or another person
on Sunday, said the justices, "is not a
work of necessity or charity, then is a
person who shaves himself liable, and
i ven the cooking of food upon that day
is illegal. 1 he exchange of ministers,
the celebration of the marriage rite, or
the performance of the funeral ceremony
might be held as an infringement of the
[aw. On the second point, that of
seeping open a shop on Sunday for sha
ring. the justices decided that the Legis
lature never intended to bring such cases
before the scope of the law m regard to
me infringement of i^unday. One of the
justices had some doubts on this last
d,nii bur hu gave a Sunday beard the
benefit of the doubt, and coincided with
his brethren. The barber artist was
therefore, discharged, invested with the
right of free labor, with razor and sheers
seven days in the week.
Wa^hng Windows -A correspond
? n Amencan Agr,culturalistgiv s
the following improved mode of wa^hine
windows, which, although not wholly
new to us, may be valuable to many of
[>ur readers:
v1 have * great aversion to scouring
knives, and never touch brick-dust if I
can help it; but if the<r brightness de
pends upon me I prefer to rub them
three times a day rather than once, for
Ls'fs *ak?r? and they last longer.
'1 he nicest article for washing ?rin
??r!8 1SjLeer Skm' as 110 Particles come
oft to adhere to the glass and make it
look as if washed with feathers. There
is no need of any thing larger than a
hand basin for washing windows. The
?J ia, moreover, deleterious. When the
water is permitted to run down in great
quantifies upon the glass it dissolves the
putty and soon loosens the panes from
their setting and alse stains the glass.
Two pieces of nice wipe leather and a
bowl of suds are all that is necessary.
ipe the glass first with a a wet cloth
or leather, and after it has become dry
with the -lean cloth, and it will look far
more clear than if rinsed in a dozen pales
of water **
A Mission Sikmjn.?The following
occurrence took place at the Old South
? hur"h on Sunday last. The venerable
I)r Lyman Beecher was supplying the
pulpit, and in the afternoon placed his
manuscript sermon in the Bible and
turned over the leaves to another part of
the book to read his text. In the mean
time he had forgot where he had placed
his sermon, and when he wished to be
gin its delivery, it was so nicely placed
between the leaves that he did not dis
cover it. lie looked under the B ble and
around the desk, and even j?eeped over
the fron . of the pulpit to see if it had not
perhaps fallen over, but all in vain, and -
the Doctor began to exhibit evident signs
of anxiety. A man seated in the gallery,
and who saw clearly the cause of his em
barrassment, applied an effectual remedy
by rising and saying, "Dr. Beecher?it's
in the Bible." The Dr. renewed his
search, and in a moment was readv for
the delivery of his sermon.?Boston Trav
eler.
This Hunter's Heaven ? Some years
since a sportsman was accosted by an
acquaintance with : ?? How do you" get
along ?:' ?? Not very well; I've lost my
wife; everything goes wrong; I want
to die and go to heaven, it I can get
there.'' 44 What kind of place would you
have heaver, to be?" asked hs interro
gator. "Why, sir," said W.. who wast
good sportsman, "I would have a bound
less prairie, with an eternal September;
and I d have with me an everlasting gun
and a never-dying dog !" He had Camp
bell's Indian idea, that "his faithful dog
should bear him Company."
Jcdgk Oakley's Prescription for th?
JcROR WITH THE SCOTCH FlDDLK.? Th?
Times telU a story of an Irishman who
came up to the Judge the other day, and
begged to be excused from jury duty.
"But," said the Judge, '-if all that ask
are excused we shall have no juries left."
"I know, your honor," said the appli
cant, with downcast head, while his nn
ger nails were busv here and there and
every where that the well practised dig
itals could reach. "I know?but mina
is a peculiar case. I hate to say it Judge,
but it I must. I must I suppose?lye
got the itch." "Here, Mr. Matsell,"
hastily interposed the Judee, "scratch this
juror out. '
(TT"'4 One cannot iudge of men's minds
better than by studying their own ; for
though some men have one foible, and
another has another, yet men in general
are very much alike. Whatever pleases
or offends you, will, in similar circum
stances, please or offend others ; if you.
find yourself hurt when another mattes
you feel his superiority, you will, cer
tainly, upon the ootmnon rule of rigbt,
do as you would be done by; take care
not to let another feel your superiority,
4f you have it, especially if you wish tQ
gam his interest or esteem.

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